Ancroseal-Sealant for Granite Block Gap Filling

Services/Ancroseal-Sealant for Granite Block Gap Filling

Ultimate Solution for Seamless Granite Block Gap Filling

We proud to say that we developed sealant named Ancroseal.Ancroseal is a silica filled concrete of thermosetting polymer of Furfuryl Alcohol. The
Ancroseal is formulated to be cast into formwork as a monolithic topping over conventional Portland cement concrete surfaces. Ancroseal having very high compressive strength compare to other chemical resistant mortars and concentration of many chemicals at elevated temperature in services usually associated with acid resistant bricks/ granite sealing and mortar construction. Ancroseal is black in colour. Ancroseal specially formulated & developed for application such as granite sealant for pickling tanks. Also can be apply for floors, pump pads, tank bottoms, tank foundations, trenches, sumps etc. Ancroseal can renovate existing
chemically deteriorated concrete floors or be applied to new concrete as a preventive, maintenance measure.

Outstanding features:

  •  Excellent Physical properties- low porosity, high compressive strength.
  • Ease of application – Components are proportioned for easy mixing.
  • Wide Range of Chemical Resistances.
  • Low Shrinkage.
  • Non-flammable when cured.
  • Can withstand temperatures up to 150 0 C.

Usage Instructions for Ancroseal Sealant:

1. Surface Preparation:
– Clean the granite surfaces thoroughly to remove any dust, dirt, or debris.
– Ensure the gaps or cracks are dry and free from any loose particles.

2. Application:
– Cut the tip of the sealant tube at an angle to match the width of the gap.
– Load the tube into a caulking gun for controlled application.

3. Sealing:
– Apply a steady, continuous bead of Ancroseal Sealant along the gap or crack.
– Use a putty knife or a similar tool to smooth the sealant, ensuring it fills the gap completely.

4. Curing:
– Allow the sealant to cure as per the manufacturer’s instructions, typically for 24 hours.
– Avoid exposing the sealed area to water or heavy traffic during the curing period.

5. Finishing:
– Once fully cured, inspect the sealed area for any imperfections.
– Clean any excess sealant from the surrounding granite surfaces with a damp cloth.

6. Maintenance:
– Regularly check the sealed areas for signs of wear or damage.
– Reapply Ancroseal Sealant as needed to maintain optimal protection and appearance.

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